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Sangh sings Sonia praise
Sonia Gandhi has won admirers in the unlikeliest of political and geographical corners with her twin resignations ' in the Sangh and in Pakistan. ...  | Read.. 
 
Not priests, but girls will do as altar girls
They may not be good enough to be priests, but girls in Kerala now have a chance to serve God at the altar. And they are putting the boys in the shade. ...  | Read.. 
 
A ‘PDG boy’ with paradoxes
He did not have the mass appeal of Jyoti Basu, Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee or even some lesser CPM leaders. But, sitting in his small cubicle or in the secretariat room in the CPM office on Alimuddin Street, Anil Biswas presided ...  | Read.. 
 
Bhutan shows UK the way
Draft constitution sets king’s retirement at 65
Monarchs never retire. Ask king-in-waiting Prince Charles, who arrived in the country with wife Camilla today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sourav Ganguly and Rahul Dravid before the BCCI special advisory meeting in New Delhi on Sunday. (PTI)
 
 
Although Biswas was my political adversary, I must admit that he was a good human being

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Paid selectors to bat for cricket board
Sourav Ganguly was in New Delhi today, not as a cover for Virender Sehwag, but to attend a meet ...  | Read..
Who after Biswas: problem for CPM
CPM state secretary Anil Biswas died at 5.25 pm today in a private hospital. ...  | Read..